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Beng Mealea is one of the many ancient temples built by Khmer King during early of the 12th century. It locates about one hour away from Angkor Wat. The temple offer endless shootings and it is remained much of the ruined state. It is one of the temples untouched by conservators.

Battambang is known as one of the old town of Cambodia, locates to the west of Angkor Wat near Thai border. It remained a lot of French colonial buildings and less touristy than Siem Reap. The most important about this place is to learn about a different way of making livings of the people and a unique experience of the old style transport on the bamboo train.

The modern capital Cambodia, Phnom Penh is the second most popular destination to travel. The remained site of genocide regime of Pol Pot is located here.

Koh Dach is a famous fabric production island near Phnom Penh where most families weave cotton and silk fabrics underneath of their houses. The tour on Tuk Tuk to here is memorable. We can see others make their livings from crop productions too.
8 Days
Siem Reap, Battambang and Phnom Penh
All year round


Day 1:
Pick up from the airport to the hotel in Siem Reap.

Day 2:
Early morning, catch the sunrise at Angkor Wat, pick up breakfast by the temple and visit this temple right after the sunrise. Back to hotel for a break to avoid the heat. Lunch and proceed to Angkor Thom where the visit will start at South Gate, continue to Leper King Terrace, Preah Palilay, Royal Enclosure, Baphuon and finish the day after Bayon. Back to hotel and overnight.

Day 3:
Early morning, catch the second sunrise at Srah Srang, then continue to the jungle, photogenic temple Ta Trohm. Back to hotel for a late breakfast then easy for the rest of the morning. Afternoon, tour to Preah Khan and Ta Som.

Day 4:
Today, we will have a drive to visit the remote temple of Beng Mealea combine with a short walk through the rural village and market. Back to hotel for free and easy the rest of the day.

Day 5:
After breakfast, catch a private boat for the journey to Battambang. Late evening, walk around the city and market before dinner in town.

Day 6:
After breakfast, experience the bamboo train for an hour then head to Phnom Penh through Kampong Chnang where we can visit to a village that people make potteries. Arrival to Phnom Penh, check in the hotel and dinner.

Day 7:
After breakfast, tour to the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda and Central Market. Afternoon, discover the killing field and Genocide Museum Tuol Sleng. Overnight.

Day 8:
If time permit, take a ferry to Chong Koh village where people make their livings from weaving fabric. Depart.

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